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Learning the Hidden Curriculum: The Odyssey of One Autistic Adult
Endow, Judy, MSW | Foreword by Brenda Smith Myles, PhD
Autism / Asperger Pub Co / Softcover / 2012-01-01 / 1934575933
Autism Spectrum / Learning Disabilities
price: $30.95 (may be subject to change)
91 pages
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Drawing from her personal experiences, Judy Endow, author of the "2010 and 2011 Hidden Curriculum Calendars," provides lots of hidden curriculum items that pertain to most areas of adult life. In relating how she personally has learned to more successfully maneuver social interactions, she also presents a framework for developing the ability to more quickly assess a situation and take steps to avoid making social blunders BEFORE they have been committed. A sampling of strategies includes Pause and Match, Laugh Along, Recognized and Expand Black-and-White Thinking, and It Is Not Necessary to Report All My Truths. Judy's framework enables readers to learn to create their own social "rules" and, as a result, live freer, more successful lives. The fact that the book is written by an autistic person who has learned by trial and error makes it all the more valuable. Foreword by Brenda Smith Myles, PhD.

MEET THE AUTHOR

Judy Endow, MSW, maintains a private practice in Madison, Wisconsin, providing consultation for families, school districts and other agencies. Besides having autism herself, she is the parent of three now grown sons, one of whom is on the autism spectrum. Judy does workshops and presentations on a variety of autism-related issues, is part of the Wisconsin DPI Statewide Autism Training Team and a board member of both the Autism Society of America, Wisconsin Chapter and the Autism National Committee.

Her first book, Making Lemonade, Hints for Autism's Helpers (CBR Press, 2006), shows how Judy has used the lemons of her autism to "make lemonade" in her own life. Paper Words, Discovering and Living with My Autism (AAPC Publishing, 2009) was 2010 International Book Award Finalist in Autobiographies/Memoirs.

Judy has also received 2010 Autism Society Media Excellence Award for her DVD, The Power of Words: How we talk about people with autism spectrum disorders matters! (AAPC Publishing, 2009). In addition, she has authored the Hidden Curriculum Calendar for Older Adolescents and Adults (AAPC Publishing 2010, 2011).

Outsmarting Explosive Behavior, A Visual System of Support and Intervention for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (AAPC Publishing, 2009) and Practical Solutions for Stabilizing Students With Classic Autism to Be Ready to Learn: Getting to Go (AAPC Publishing, 2011) are Judy's most recent books. She brings a great depth of understanding and compassion to all the work she does.

Check out Judy Endow's Blog here .

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